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Thank you for your answer,but i am not sure about the meaning of it,

Make a pulling motion with the toy where/in which you pull it slightly toward you

I know the "where" is the same as "in which" in gramme,and it is very easy to understand "in which" and "where" in other examples,
but in this sentence i am still not sure about the meaning,it is so strange.

To be frankly the "which" represents the"toy"or"pulling motion"or"Make a pulling motion"or"Make a pulling motion with the toy"or"you pull it slightly toward you"or some others?The toy is only likes a stick.nothing could be in it.
Does this sentence means in which way or how to make a pulling motion with the toy?

I am so sorry for the learning method i have used for so many years.Thank you.
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The "in which" clause describes the noun, "motion."

"What kind of a motion shall I make??" (reply) "One in which you do A, B, C, and D."

Make a drink in which you put Vodka, Gin, Brandy, and Rum.

Make a map in which you indicate the distances between the major intersections.

Make a motion in which you pretend to be pounding a nail with a hammer.
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Which = motion. The clause is an adjective describing the motion.

Make a pulling motion with the toy where/in which [motion] you pull it slightly toward you.
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